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Hi teachers!

Today I am going to ask about the adverbs which modifies comparative form of adjectives.


What I know is that 'many' cannot mosify comparative adjectives like in #1.

Then how about #2? Is #2 ungramnatical and #3 grammatical?


1. I am much more interested music than novels.


2. I have much more books than him.


3. I have many more books than him.


As always, thank you so much native teachers.

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much more interested, but many more books.

Actually, a lot more books is more idiomatic.

CJ

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Michelle Cha1. I am much more interested music than novels.

Just an addition to what CJ has said. You need a preposition: I am much/far more interested in music than novels.

CB